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The DUI Book: The Citizen's Guide to a DUI Charge
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William C. Head Wrote the DUI Book and Co-Authored Other State Versions
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By William C. Head, Atlanta DUI LawyerLike a great cake recipe, more than one ingredient goes into the final product. The same is true for a criminal defense attorney, whether fighting a DUI or a murder case. The three pillars of success as a trial lawyer are: Tenacity, Training, and Temerity.
Something that is almost impossible to teach, but is an ingrained TRAIT of top criminal defense lawyers is TENACITY, the refusal to quit when facing highly challenging obstacles. This is something taught in competitive sports, but is equally important in fighting the Government on behalf of clients accused of crimes, or citizens seeking the best possible financial settlement in a wrongful death or serious bodily injury case, where only one chance to “win” exists.
Law school teaches the basics of how the legal system functions. Attorneys who specialize in a particular area of law practice obtain focused, in-depth, comprehensive, advanced additional education on the various aspects of that field of practice. “Litigation” deals with the specialization within law practice of going to trial and fighting cases in a courtroom, typically in front of a jury, for trials. To be prepared for that “battle” in trial, advanced-level courses on evidence, forensic science, police field sobriety evaluations and other psycho-physical testing used in arrests, constitutional law, as well as toxicology, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and related human physiology dealing with the absorption, metabolism, distribution and elimination of alcohol or other drugs.
Defined as “excessive confidence and boldness; audacity,” the word temerity positively describes and trial attorney who has sought trials and pursued scores of trials over decades. Trial work is mentally and physically exhausting, and when a loss occurs, an appeal may be needed to overcome the judicial errors and improper rulings that were made pre-trial and during trial. The tenacity to keep fighting, against all odds is the benchmark of the dedicated trial lawyer. Without exuding confidence with prospective jurors, the chances of regularly winning are slim and none.
William C. “Bubba” Head has won scores of cases for Georgia residents (including several high-profile clients) ranging from misdemeanor DUI to felony cases like drug trafficking and murder. The previous description of the three pillars of his success.
A drunk-driving conviction (or other crime) carries a number of significant consequences, including jail time, a suspended license, and a permanent criminal record—so why not invest in your future by hiring a recognized DUI defense attorney? For more information on how Mr. Head can use his secrets of success to fight your DUI, please call 404-567-5515 or 1-888-384-4323. As an alternative, you can complete our online case evaluation form now to schedule a time for a free analysis of your charges. WARNING: In any DUI arrest, you can only have 10 days to file your license suspension appeal, after your arrest date.
Atlanta DUI lawyer Bubba Head has over 40 years of winning DUI defense experience, and is the lawyer that other Atlanta lawyers call on when a case is extremely tough. Mr. Head trains other criminal lawyers all around the country, and he writes books on DUI law and procedures.
Call 41-year veteran Atlanta DUI attorney Bubba Head today and get honest answers to all your questions. Tell us everything that happened and everything you remember about your DUI arrest. The sooner you call us, the better chance we have to win your DUI case and get your charges reduced or dismissed.
Remember, you only have 30 DAYS to file a license suspension appeal or apply for an ignition interlock device, or your driver’s license will be suspended for up to one year! Talk to Bubba Head, Larry Kohn, or Cory Yager now. We are available 24 hours a day, weekends, and all major holidays. (404) 567-5515